King Crimson Heavy Construkction (2000) [3cd] {discipline Global Mobile}

King Crimson - Heavy ConstruKction (2000) [3CD] {Discipline Global Mobile} [re-up]

King Crimson - Heavy ConstruKction (2000) [3CD] {Discipline Global Mobile}
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Rock / Prog Rock / Art Rock

Consisting of Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Adrian Belew, and Pat Mastelotto, King Crimson embarked on a tour of Europe to promote its 2000 album The ConstruKction of Light. The limited-edition, three-disc live set Heavy ConstruKction was recorded at various points throughout that tour, and was intended to set the stage for the band's arrival in the U.S. that fall. The first two discs include a full set list encompassing both old and new Crimson compositions, and the second disc also features a bonus CD-ROM performance video. The third disc culls 14 of the group's best improvisations from the tour.
King Crimson - Heavy ConstruKction (2000) [3CD] {Discipline Global Mobile}

King Crimson - Heavy ConstruKction (2000) [3CD] {Discipline Global Mobile}
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© 2000 Discipline Global Mobile | DGM0013
Rock / Prog-Rock / Art Rock

Consisting of Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Adrian Belew, and Pat Mastelotto, King Crimson embarked on a tour of Europe to promote its 2000 album The ConstruKction of Light. The limited-edition, three-disc live set Heavy ConstruKction was recorded at various points throughout that tour, and was intended to set the stage for the band's arrival in the U.S. that fall. The first two discs include a full set list encompassing both old and new Crimson compositions, and the second disc also features a bonus CD-ROM performance video. The third disc culls 14 of the group's best improvisations from the tour.

King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Oct. 9, 2011
King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}

King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}
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Rock / Prog Rock / Art Rock

King Crimson guitarist/founder Robert Fripp's famous quote that "King Crimson is a way of doing things" has seldom seemed truer than on THE POWER TO BELIEVE. The group's second studio album as a quartet in the wake of old hands Tony Levin and Bill Bruford's departure fits fully into the ever-shifting but consistently regenerative Crimson continuum. "Level Five" and the multi-part title track are pounding, counterpoint-filled tunes that hark back to Crimson's oft-revisited touchstone "Larks Tongues in Aspic."
Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - BLUE Nights (2000) {2CD Discipline Global Mobile DGM0002} [King Crimson related]

Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - BLUE Nights (2000) {2CD Discipline Global Mobile DGM0002} [King Crimson related]
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© 2000 Discipline Global Mobile / Papa Bear Records | DGM0002
Jazz / Far-flung Improvisations / Jazz Rock / Art Rock / Avant-Garde

This recording chronicles the live performances of Bruford Levin Upper Extremities from 1998. The disc showcases the band's unique blend of jazzy modes with Crimson-esque textures and, occasionally, just plain weirdness. Many of the tracks become looser jams in the live performance. For those who saw this tour, the disc will be a great memento. For those who didn't, it will serve as a shining example of what they missed, and encouragement to be more careful not to pass up subsequent tours. The band is Tony Levin, Bill Bruford, Chris Botti, and David Torn.
Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Footloose And Fancy Free (2002) {2CD Discipline Global Mobile DGM0201} [King Crimson related]

Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Footloose And Fancy Free (2002) {2CD Discipline Global Mobile DGM0201} [King Crimson related]
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© 2002 Discipline Global Mobile / Bill Bruford Prod. | DGM0201
Jazz / Fusion / Post Bop / Contemporary Jazz / Drums

While the music made by Bill Bruford's earlier Earthworks band was consistently more interesting, his current lineup continues to make great strides given its more traditional stance (post-bop acoustic piano/saxophone quartet verses ultra-modern Euro-jazz fusion). On the live Footloose and Fancy Free, the group exceeds its own studio performances with room to spare. The lovely ballad "Come to Dust" is a fine showcase for pianist Steve Hamilton, and Bruford's punchy drumming moves a complex "Triplicity." Even non-Earthworks tunes from Bruford's late-'90s collaborations with Tony Levin ("Original Sin") and Ralph Towner ("If Summer Had Its Ghosts") get inspiring interpretations as well, thanks to the well-seasoned playing of both tenor/alto saxophonist Patrick Calahar and Hamilton.
King Crimson - Live at the Orpheum (2015) [CD+DVD-A] {Discipline Global Mobile}

King Crimson - Live at the Orpheum (2015) [CD+DVD-A] {Discipline Global Mobile}
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Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

Released to coincide with the 46th anniversary of King Crimson's formation in January 1969, Live At The Orpheum comprises performances from the band's critically acclaimed, sold-out 2014 US tour. 41 minutes of live material from the new seven piece King Crimson line-up, including classics such as Starless, Sailor's Tale and The Letters. CD (16/44.1 stereo) / DVD-A (24/96 Hi-Res stereo) in digipak.
Robert Fripp - Pie Jesu (1997) {Discipline Global Mobile DGM9704}

Robert Fripp - Pie Jesu (1997) {Discipline Global Mobile DGM9704}
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Experimental / Art Rock / Ambient / Electro-Acoustic / Instrumental / Guitars

Robert Fripp's beautiful but brief compilation, Pie Jesu, features material from A Blessing of Tears and The Gates of Paradise; the CD acts as an appealing, accessible introduction to his contemporary Frippertronics, which Fripp appropriately terms "Soundscapes." The music, created entirely from guitar and effects, including loops, delay, and repetition, is easy to consume and digest – a very comfortable, tranquil, flowing sound, somewhat different from his '70s Frippertronics excursions. While some critics have inappropriately termed/described his Soundscapes series as new age music, it is far from it. Fripp has been experimenting with these sounds through a variety of structures and presentations for more than 25 years.
Robert Fripp - 1999 - Soundscapes: Live In Argentina (1994) {Discipline Global Mobile DGM 9402 2}

Robert Fripp - 1999 - Soundscapes: Live In Argentina (1994) {Discipline Global Mobile DGM 9402 2}
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Electronic / Ambient / Soundscapes / Electro-Acoustic / Experimental Ambient / Guitar

Robert Fripp's "1999" CD from 1994 was released during a time when the legendary guitarist was making a major comeback. King Crimson had returned after a decade-long absence and Fripp re-emerged with his first solo performances in almost as long. 1994 also marked the birth of Fripp's 'soundscaping' technique which was and still is an extension of his 'Frippertronic' experiments of the 1970's and '80's. Instead of using two tape machines as had been the norm with 'Frippertronics', Soundscapes utilized digital technology and guitar-synthesizers to create and loop the endless mass of sound created by Fripp from his guitar. The idea was not a new one but the sound definitely was.

King Crimson - The ConstruKction Of Light (2000)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 15, 2016
King Crimson - The ConstruKction Of Light (2000)

King Crimson - The ConstruKction Of Light (2000)
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The ConstruKction Of Light is the twelfth studio album by English band King Crimson, released in May 2000 by record label Virgin. It has the distinction of being the first studio album to be released by King Crimson without two longtime members (the first without drummer Bill Bruford who debuted with the band for 1973's Larks' Tongues in Aspic and without bassist Tony Levin who joined in 1981). The departure of these stalwarts brought an end to the "double trio" era of the band and their return to a quartet: Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto. Fripp was now not only the last remaining member from any lineup prior to 1981 but the only Englishman left as well.
King Crimson - Izumi T-21, Sendai, Japan - October 13, 2000 (2008) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}

King Crimson - Izumi T-21, Sendai, Japan - October 13, 2000 (2008) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}
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Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

This show was suggested as a must-have download by the Mighty Vargan and his pal Adam Aronson. When Alex “Stormy” Mundy heard the tape he agreed, declaring “This really is a great show. There is a great VROOOM, probably the best I have heard so far from this incarnation of Crim! Pat does a great job of playing all the drum parts on this piece. Thrush is very good, with a great solo from Robert!”